RE: Rumsfeld Says..

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    > Date: Fri, 08 Mar 2002 18:38:02 +1100
    > From: Jeremy Bradley <>
    > Subject: RE: Rumsfeld Says..
    > At 09:55 PM 7/03/02 +0000, you wrote:
    >> Query. was there anything before the Europeans came that could have been
    >> used as transport in Australia?
    > Yes Steve
    > Feet. Do not be drawn by the meme that transport was a condition of
    > civilisation. I could well argue the opposite (lol).
    > Jeremy

    No, i wasn't implying that. I was musing on the effect of transport on
    violence early on. Foraging using transport greatly increases the range of
    territory that can be accessed for resources, and also brings you into
    (potentially) into contact with more groups.

    The Inca's did pretty well using legwork to build a civilisation.



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